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Annual Meeting

April 20, 2013

Protect, Preserve, Promote


Liz Bergeron

Pacific Crest Trail Association

Executive Director & CEO

Thank you for joining us!


Barney Mann

Pacific Crest Trail Association

Board Chair


Joining the Board:

2013 Election Results

John Crawford (La Jolla, California)

Re-elected:

Denise Gilbert (Portola Valley, California) – 2 nd term

John Hoffnagle (Portland, Oregon) – 2 nd term

Eric Ryback (St. Louis, Missouri) – 2 nd term

Goal V, Strategy A, Milestone 1

Thank You!


Board Chair (Second Term):

Barney Mann (San Diego, California)

Vice Chair:

Christy Corzine (Weed, California)

Secretary/Treasurer:

Denise Gilbert (Portola Valley, California)

Goal V, Strategy A, Milestone 1

Thank You!


Christy Corzine (Weed, California)

John Crawford (La Jolla, California)

Sky George (Penngrove, California)

John Hoffnagle (Portland, Oregon)

Denise Gilbert (Portola Valley, California)

Scott Jacobsmeyer (Round Rock, Texas)

Barney Mann (San Diego, California)

Eric Ryback (St. Louis, Missouri)

Rick Thalhammer (Sacramento, California)

Goal V, Strategy A, Milestone 1

Thank You!


Denise Gilbert

Pacific Crest Trail Association

Secretary/Treasurer


Revenue and Support

Actual

Actual

(with value of

volunteer hours)

Private Sources $1,274,752 $2,913,404

Government Grants 953,788 953,788

Total Revenue & Support $2,228,540 $3,867,192

Expenses

Trail Maintenance & Ops $1,206,132 $2,844,784

Public Information & Ed 494,741 494,741

Fundraising 370,311 370,311

General & Administrative 222,399 222,399

Total Expenses $2,293,583 $3,932,235

Decrease in Net Assets $ (65,043) $ (65,043)

Goal IV, Strategy A, C, Milestone 1, 4


Individual Contributions

43%

36%

Corporate & Foundation

Other Income

Inkind Contributions

16%

2%

3%

Government Grants

Goal IV, Strategy A, C, Milestone 1, 4


10%

9%

6%

16%

13%

53%

21%

72%

Goal IV, Strategy A, C

Milestone 1, 4

Trail Operations

Public Info & Education

Fundraising

Management & General


Beth Boyst

U.S. Forest Service

Pacific Crest Trail

Program Manager


US Forest Service Updates

• Thanks and Acknowledgements


US Forest Service Updates

• Thanks and Acknowledgements

• Ecological Restoration at Work on the PCT


US Forest Service Updates

• Thanks and Acknowledgements

• Ecological Restoration at Work on the PCT

• Supporting Equestrian Volunteers


US Forest Service Updates

• Thanks and Acknowledgements

• Ecological Restoration at Work on the PCT

• Supporting Equestrian Volunteers

• Emerging Issues


US Forest Service Updates

• Thanks and Acknowledgements

• Ecological Restoration at Work on the PCT

• Supporting Equestrian Volunteers

• Emerging Issues

• Saw Policy

(xcut and chainsaw)


US Forest Service Updates

• Thanks and Acknowledgements

• Ecological Restoration at Work on the PCT

• Supporting Equestrian Volunteers

• Emerging Issues

• Saw Policy

(xcut and chainsaw)

Trail Corridor

Protection


Mark Conley

Bureau of Land Management

Wilderness/NLCS

Program Manager


BLM

California


National Scenic and Historic

Trails Policy

BLM

M 6250 – National Scenic and Historic

Trail Administration

M 6280 – Management of National Scenic

and Historic Trails and Trails Under Study

or Recommended as Suitable for

Congressional Designation

California


Renewable Energy Projects

BLM

• Desert Renewable

Energy Conservation

Plan (DRECP)

California


Maintaining the Trail

BLM

California


50 th Anniversary of the

Wilderness Act

BLM

• Engage the public to better

understand and appreciate

the benefits and values of

Wilderness

• Connect with young people

so they can relate to and

understand the values of

Wilderness

California


Mike Dawson

Pacific Crest Trail Association

Trail Operations Director


Goal I, Strategy A, B, C

Ongoing Trailwide Threats

Travel management minimum road

analysis

Timber harvesting/thinning

Mountain bikes, snow machines, and

other motorized or mechanized vehicles

Special use permits:

• competitive events

• utility corridors

• commercial outfitters

• proposed communication sites

• mineral extraction

Private land development

Lack of easements on private land

Climate/environmental change

Noise and light pollution


Bureau of Land

Management direction

for management of

scenic trail corridors

Forest Service

• Forest Planning

• Travel Management

Analysis

Goals I & II


Goal III, Strategy C


Trail Maintenance 88,100

Board of Directors 1,300

Public Info & Education 1,000

Advocacy 700

Administrative 1,200

Total 92,300

Goal V, Strategy B, Milestone 5, 6


Goal II, Strategy A; Goal II, Strategy B;

Goal V, Strategy B

593 agency meetings

1,172 miles maintained

54 miles reconstructed

1,637 volunteers

• 858 new volunteers

• 779 returning volunteers


Trail Gorillas 11,546

Can Do Crew 2,551

Carsonora Trail Crew 1,189

Quincy Area Volunteers 429

Tahoe Area Volunteers 840

Will Work for Krumm’s Crew 987

Lyon’s Pride Trail Crew 2,081

Mid-Oregon Volunteers 4,881

Mt. Hood Chapter 8,611

North 350 Blades 2,172

Goal II, Strategy B; Goal V, Strategy B


Goal II, Strategy B, Milestone 5

24 Volunteer Trainings


Goal II


John Crawford

Fundraising Committee Chair


Membership 7,334 -15%

50 states, DC and Guam, and 21

foreign countries

258 Crest Circle donors

– monthly giving program

Goal IV, Strategy A, Milestone 2


Private Revenue $909,013* +5.2%

Government Assistance $953,788 -14.0%

*Includes bequest: $44,240

Goal IV, Strategy A, Milestone 1


Legacy Donors 35 +16%

Members who have notified us that they

have included PCTA in their estate plans

Goal IV, Strategy D, Milestone 5


Notable Accomplishments

Revamped Direct Mail Program

Increased board involvement in major

gifts fundraising

Developed groundwork for foundation

fundraising

Increased our awareness with

companies in Outdoor Industry

Goal IV, Strategy A


Liz Bergeron

Pacific Crest Trail Association

Executive Director & CEO


PCTA’s response – mountain bikes

Communicator and Trail Dirt

Permits, Medals and Completion Certificates

Partnership for the National Trails System


Michael Hodgson,

Chair

Sky George

Bill Kulczycki

Dennis Lewon

Tim McGuire

Goal III, Strategy A; Goal IV, Strategy A


Goal VI, Strategy C, Milestone 4


1/1/2012 12/31/2012

Facebook likes: 9,070 14,093

Facebook impressions: 140,000 220,000

Impression: # of times a post from our Facebook

page is displayed throughout Facebook


Goal V, Strategy C


Rob Eskridge

Growth Management Center


for supporting the

Pacific Crest Trail

and the

Pacific Crest Trail Association

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